Help Siclovia Raise $10K
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$1,105 Raised
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Help keep San Antonio's largest health and wellness event FREE for the community.  Show your support by making a charitable donation TODAY! More ...

The YMCA of Greater San Antonio, a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization, with the help and support of many partners and sponsors is the lead organizer of Síclovía. The YMCA’s core focus is on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility and Síclovía allows us to make an impact in those three areas through one signature community event. However, the YMCA does not have the ability to sustain this event without community support.  We seek partners, sponsors and individual donors year round for all of the various programs offered in the greater San Antonio community.  And while the City of San Antonio and our partners/sponsors are significant contributors their support does not fully fund the event. We believe this event should continue to be offered free to the community twice a year and because of that the YMCA needs additional funding from private donors to help sustain San Antonio’s largest Health and Wellness family event. 

Donations from our participants are going directly back to support the event by ensuring the route is safe and fun for everyone.  Your donation today will support the costs of organizing an event of this size, road closures, keeping the streets safe and clean, promoting activities so our participants know exactly where and when to play in the streets, as well as the various costs that are associated with setting up the Reclovías along the route. We hope that the community that enjoys this fun, FREE event also considers helping to support its sustainability!

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